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TATO Gear Hammock Stand

$325.00

Absolutely the EASIEST and LIGHTEST and STRONGEST portable hammock stand in the world!

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Description

*NOTE: These stands ship direct from TATO Gear and will come separate from your Dutchware order. They are shipped UPS.

For International and none continental US orders (Alaska and Hawaii, and Puerto Rico) orders please contact us for a shipping quote.

 

One of the the EASIEST and LIGHTEST and STRONGEST portable hammock stand in the world!

Set up quickly and HAMMOCK ANYWHERE you please. No Trees, No Problem! Music Festivals, Oh Yeah! On the Beach, you bet! Tailgating, we got ya covered! You can use this anywhere. Having friends or family visit with no room for them? Set them up in a comfy portable hammock right indoors. Now worry about the hardwood floor with our non-skid rubber feet.  Visiting the in-laws yourself? Take it along and sleep in style. Are you into Hammock Camping? We have one for that too! The list is endless where you can use these.

  • Camping
  • Staying with Family
  • Having Guests Visit
  • Parks
  • Beaches
  • Hotels/ Business Travel
  • Outdoor/Drive In Movies
  • College Campus
  • Tailgating
  • The Desert
  • The Moon
  • Music Festivals
  • Boy Scout Events

Quality Built In

Constructed from high grade alloy aircraft aluminum and Delrin plastic components for a super strong but light weight design. Every part on this stand is custom machined right here in the USA at our manufacturing facility in South Carolina. All aluminum components including legs and top rail will be black paint finish. Tripod legs are adjustable to allow for uneven ground or raising and lowering your hammock while still maintaining a 30 degree hang angle.

It has the weight capacity to accommodate most. A generous top rail length that can handle even bridge hammocks and larger tarps. If you’re serious about Hammock Camping this is your stand.

Specs
  • Capacity – 500 lbs (226.7kg)
  • Weight – 24 lbs (10.9kg)
  • Top Rail Length –  13.1 ft (4m)
  • Breaks down to fit a 45″ x 8″ Bag

Whats in the bag

  • 2 – Tripods
  • 1 – 13 ft Heavy DutyTop Rail
  • 2 – Safety Straps
  • 2 – Mini Carabiners with Tarp Loop
  • 4 – Guy Lines
  • 4 – Stakes
  • 1 – Carrying Bag

 

Setup

Setup is a snap with The Ultimate Portable Hammock Stand.

  • Remove the two tripods, top rail and safety straps from the bag.
  • Unfold and assemble the top rail. Lay on the ground/ floor where the stand will be used.
  • Slide each leg out on the tripods and lock into position then setup over each end of the top rail laying on the ground.
  • Attach each end of the top rail to tripods.
  • Clip on safety straps on each leg of the tripods. (NEVER use without safety straps)
  • Hang your hammock and enjoy!!

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  1. 3 out of 3 people found this helpful
    sgtkinkyman

    5 out of 5 30+ Days in Poland

    sgtkinkyman

    I had the pleasure of using this stand paired with a Chameleon hammock inside of a Polish barracks where the metal frame beds, thin mattress, and squeaky springs were not working for me. Thankfully I had this bad boy stashed on the airlift that dropped us off. It’s not something I would consider hiking with, but it does pack small enough to put into the backseat or trunk of a car.
    I am a big boy pushing 300 pounds, and was not worried in the least of a failure (to the dismay of my roommates). All I had to do before lounging or going to bed was make sure the loop that holds the cross bar was vertical on both ends, the tripods were not spun into the cross bar, and the Y strap at the base of each tripod was tight (indicating that the feet were properly spaced).
    Another added benefit was that the long crossbar made an excellent clothes line to dry my laundry. After about a week of everyone seeing me use this thing I was answering questions about it daily, and showing them where to get one…..right here on dutchwaregear.com!!
    I have yet to be disappointed by anything purchased on this site!!

    Thanks,
    -Jason

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  2. 8 out of 8 people found this helpful

    Question

    Katherine Copanic

    Any idea how long before these are back in stock? I’m ready to put in an order. Thanks.

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  3. One person found this helpful
    Prufrock

    5 out of 5

    Prufrock

    UsefulThe engineering looks great, and the concept is so very compelling. For those who have left tents behind, an open field is intimidating. Fine for a single night — but a scout camp? Misery. At that point, 25 lbs worth of hammock stand seems like a dream come true.

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  4. One person found this helpful

    Question

    mchance

    Hey everyone,
    What’s the new date by which it is hoped this stand will be available?
    Thanks.

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  5. Question

    adam71esq

    Would this fit a 12 foot hammock?

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  6. Question

    randalizm

    I would like to set this up inside of a room, How far apart do the walls need to be?

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  7. Question

    adam71esq

    Would a 12 foot hammock fit in this stand? Thanks

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    • DutchWare Gear

      Admin DutchWare Gear

      The stand itself will have a 13.1′ top rail so it should accommodate for your 12′ hammock as that will have a ridgeline of 120″ ridgeline.

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  8. Question

    jerryhowardeakin

    Hi there, one more question – is there any instructions on how to hang hammock on this? I did see one using whoopie hooks and I’m not really familiar with how to use those. sorry I sound lame, but I’m pretty new to all of this.

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  9. Question

    julieturnerfsu

    When is this available for purchase?

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  10. Question

    glewisj4

    Would this stand be stable enough to tandem hang with a spreader bar?

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    • One person found this helpful
      Carolyn

      Carolyn (verified owner)

      Yes you can do a double hang with this stand. You will need to make sure that you allow more room at the head end than the foot end.

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  11. Question

    Byron Honbarger

    Will this work with a 13 foot tarp? Can a 1 foot extension be added to the upper bar, and will it still be stable?

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    • DutchWare Gear

      Admin DutchWare Gear

      The ridgeline is 13′ so it should work with the stand. There is not an availability to add a 1′ bar extension.

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  12. Question

    caudilldrum

    would this stand work with a superfly tarp?

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  13. naynay328

    5 out of 5 Want one!

    naynay328

    Would this fit inside a kayak for kayak camping trips? It looks amazing and I really really want one!

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  14. Question

    adam.buxton79

    Hello,
    Will this stand work with the double Dutch setup? Thanks.

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    • Carolyn

      Admin Carolyn (verified owner)

      Yes it will

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  15. michaelt.lurie

    5 out of 5

    michaelt.lurie

    When will this be back in stock in 2018?

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    • DutchWare Gear

      Admin DutchWare Gear

      I would suggest that you subscribe to the product on line and as soon as we have them back in stock we will send you an email notification.

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  16. Question

    mehulnagrani

    Been looking at this for a bit now – is it likely to be in stock this summer? Need something for end of summer and want to wait if this will be back …

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    • DutchWare Gear

      Admin DutchWare Gear

      It will be available soon

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  17. Question

    caudilldrum

    What is the overall weight and pack size of this and what is the best instructional video of how this assembles and sets up?

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    • Carolyn

      Admin Carolyn (verified owner)

      Here are the specs:
      Specs
      Capacity – 500 lbs (226.7kg)
      Weight – 24 lbs (10.9kg)
      Top Rail Length – 13.1 ft (4m)
      Breaks down to fit a 45″ x 8″ Bag

      Here is a video link by Shug:
      https://youtu.be/LQLwdnylI9s

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  18. Question

    dxmike

    Dutch,

    I was notified today via email that the Tato Stand is available. Went online to purchase and the site indicates out of stock. Did they sell out this quickly?

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    • DutchWare Gear

      Admin DutchWare Gear (verified owner)

      Yes sold out very quickly. It is a first come first serve basis so I would recommend subscribing to the product and when you receive the email that they to go on line and purchase one immediately.

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  19. Question

    Tim Hardesty

    I was wondering if the 13 foot tarp actually fit underneath the ridgepole? I have a 13 winterdream and it sucks putting it over my DIY TD. I saw where you said it should better never saw if it did. Thank you

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  20. Question

    ken

    Are these stands still being produced? If so, when is the next production run expected?

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    • DutchWare Gear

      Admin DutchWare Gear (verified owner)

      Yes they are still being made. I would highly suggest subscribing to the product and as soon as we have them back in we will send you a notification email.

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  21. Question

    jerryhowardeakin

    Hi there, been wanting one of these for a while (I had missed out on the kickstarter which I believe was for Tato gear back in 2016) I just want to find out what the max weight is for this? I know on the Big Kahuna it was 500 lbs, just want to see what this one rates at. So looking forward to getting one of these

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    • DutchWare Gear

      Admin DutchWare Gear

      Yes it is still weight rated at 500lbs. The actual weight of the stand is 24lbs.

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  22. Edgar

    Edgar

    Hammock Stand Review

    I have friends that have this stand and the portability of it gives you more options to stay in a hammock, anyone staying on a treeless sand bar, a martime forest or on the plainsof Kansas in the heat of summer will appreciate this option to avoid the convection currents that circulate in tent during the summer months.

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  23. Question

    Admin TraceBrookins

    Are there extensions for a tarp or does the tarp just sit on the top bar?

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    • admin

      Yes, there are attachment points for the tarp so you don’t have to lay it over the top bar.

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  24. Question

    Admin K.Copanic

    Is it possible to lash the one end of the ridgepole to a tree and possibly have 2 set-ups with this? We usually have at least one tree around. Also, is it possible to buy an extra ridgepole or possible to DIY something that would work for that purpose?

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    • admin

      Yes as long as you have two ridge poles. You can purchase a second ridge pole.

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  25. Question

    Admin AaronWebb

    How long are the poles on the Tato – Ultimate Hammock Stand when fully extended?

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      They are 6.5 feet long and the stand sits about 6 foot high.

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  26. Pizza

    4 out of 5

    Pizza (verified owner)

    Excellent Hammock Stand

    I purchased this stand mainly to keep in the car as a fallback option for car camping when campsites don’t have suitable trees. Also to set up at home occasionaly for lounging. This required a stand that is as light as possible and packable in some sort of carry bag. This stand meets all of those requirements. The stand is built extremely well. It is super easy to assemble by one person. All of the parts fit together great, no hammering poles together because of poor connections or sloppy loose tolerances that cause wiggle like some stands I’ve seen. The most impressive thing about the stand is the stability. There is no shaking or flexing while in the hammock at all. I had it set up in my apartment in 10 minutes and was super happy. I highly recommend this stand. It’s expensive but you get what you pay for.

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  27. jkstraw

    5 out of 5

    jkstraw (verified owner)

    A great quality portable stand

    I purchased this stand for indoor hanging and for those times and places (i.e. beach!) where trees or structures aren’t available. I won’t re-write the previous review – Pizza said it all. Very well made, easy to setup and tear down. It is big….13ft + a little bit for the tripod foot print. Very stable and does exactly what I wanted. I removed one star for the ease with which the powder coating gets scraped (no big deal if you own a black sharpie). I am also considering some sort of styrofoam stabilizer for the tripods which will help with stability when tearing down. All in all I highly recommend. The service from dutchware was fantastic……the legend is real!!

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  28. Janet

    5 out of 5

    Janet (verified owner)

    Answer to My Hanging Needs!

    We have almost an acre of property with NO suitably spaced trees to hang. The Tato hammock stand has now taken care of this dilemma for me. I can now hang anytime and anywhere on our property, or anywhere else for that matter!
    The stand is so simple to assemble and disassemble. It is well made, light weight and sturdy. The carrying bag is a great accessory and fits all components and zips up easily.
    Thank you Tato for solving my problem and thank you Dutch for carrying this wonderful stand!

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  29. Robert

    5 out of 5

    Robert

    Great Design – Very Portable

    Perfect for my Warbonnet Blackbird XLC Hammock for setting up close to my Bass Boat. I can sleep at night and protect my expensive boat & gear and SUV from not so friendlies. Packs down small enough for storage on a boat also, great Design.

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  30. ScottParker

    5 out of 5

    ScottParker (verified owner)

    Great Stand!

    I have used this stand multiple times now with great results. Easy to setup and sturdy. Hauls and packs down nicely. Don’t hesitate to purchase this stand to hang when trees aren’t available or forbidden to attach to. Now I just need another stand for my wife 🙂

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  31. One person found this helpful
    James

    James (verified owner)

    Problems with the legs staying spread I bought the stand to set-up my hammock in my large workshop building to be able to test and modify my equipment. The flooring in my building is finished concrete. I like the easy in setting up the stand but, a problem I ran into is the legs do not seem to stay spread apart since at the bottom they are only fastened with a light weight webbing which is stitched together in the middle. It is very easy to bumper or tap on one of the legs while walking next to the stand then you find the stand falls over.

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  32. Question

    Admin DonaldBurns

    I have a Warbonnet hammock with webbing and buckles suspension. What do I need in order to attach it to this stand?

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    • admin

      There are carabiners attached to the ridge pole of the hammock stand. You can attach your current suspension to those carabiners and make adjustments as needed. You shouldn’t need any extra gear.

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  33. One person found this helpful
    Barbara

    5 out of 5

    Barbara

    Everything I want in a hammock standI don’t have this stand yet but hope to get one. Got to love the portability, sturdy but only not too heavy, high quality materials and a great design. What’s not to love about being able to hang in your hammock regardless of available trees or regulations. Yes I’m entering the TATO gear contest, I sure could use this awesome hammock stand on my cross country journey next month!

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  34. Meg

    5 out of 5

    Meg

    Hang anywhere anytime

    This hammock stand brings ultimate flexibility to your camping experience. Going anywhere scarce of hangable trees like the beach, a festival, a campground that wont allow use of their trees, or even just your back yard? This stand is the answer with its portability and simple set up. It is your hammock dreams come true!

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  35. atar

    atar

    The Tato stand is a better design than the ones I have

    I really want a TATO stand. – I have stands that have the U shape, problem is that the hammock ends (and my head!) sometimes touches the U! The TATO design doesn’t have this problem. My current stand is very heavy and LARGE when broken down into it’s component pieces for storage or travel 🙁 – The TATO stand is much lighter and quite compact for travel and storage. 🙂 Given a choice … the TATO stand is the correct selection.

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  36. Ella

    5 out of 5

    Ella

    Great for those unable to DIY

    Bought this through Kickstarter. Only reason for not getting 5 stars is that it was damaged when it arrived. This was before having to go through Dutch’s site and we were communicating directly with Tato. Tato was very quick to respond and correct the issue. Below is the “official” review from the 4 year old that stole it from me

    Me: What do you like about the Tato Hammock Stand?
    Ella: What’s a Tato? I like Potatoes.

    Me: It’s the black stand we use to hang my hammock
    Ella: No I have my own hammock

    Me: Yes, do you want a Tato Stand for your own hammock?
    Ella: What is a Tato?

    Me: ………
    Ella: I have a hammock, the stand is mine

    Me: Should we try to get a second stand?
    Ella: You have a mouth and a nose

    ………Yeah it pretty much went downhill from there.

    Overall, it’s been a great addition. My daughter is still too young to hang far away from me on her own. I’ve been able to set the stand up close to one set of trees when unable to find an ideal tree set up for two hammocks. I’ve also lent it out a few times to some friends, two of which got their own afterward. Hoping to get a second one so we can try a three pod set up with two bars. I believe it was mentioned it could be done in the Kickstarter video.

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  37. One person found this helpful
    ToeBreaker

    5 out of 5

    ToeBreaker

    Tato hang RidgeRunnerI have a Warbonnet RidgeRunner so I can sleep on my side, and I use a cushion so it lays really flat. Around my house I do not have two trees close enough and large enough to hang from so I thought I would go out and make one of those Turtle dog stands as they seemed to work for everybody. I went off to the big orange store and bought my materials, got it done and as soon as I sat down my rump hit dirt. It appears my butt is too big. Well ok, my butt and everything else is too big. Yes I am a hefty dude and that ridgepole bent down at the same time I sat. Bump! It was a slow motion crash. I cut up the bad parts of ridgepole and brought them to my daughters house so be used in a fence and have resorted again to hanging in my dreams. I am now dreaming of a Tato Ultimate Hammock Stand. Help a guy out?

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  38. Question

    Admin AndrewBuis

    What are the guy lines and stakes that are included for? I don’t see anything in the instructions or on TATO’s youtube channel on stakes or guy lines. Also, what are the mini key-rings on the tripod hub for?

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    • One person found this helpful

      admin

      They are for if it is windy out you can secure the stand so it will not tip over. The mini key rings are for the stakes and guy lines so you can attach it.

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  39. Dave Elkins

    5 out of 5 Just do it.

    Dave Elkins (verified owner)

    I waited and waited to pull the trigger on this due to the cost…..and what a waste of time waiting was! It’s not cheap, but it’s worth every penny and will last forever. I tested it in the local park, and then used it last weekend in the desert with my new complete Chameleon and my Chill Gorilla winter tarp. AWESOME.

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  40. Question

    mastervalois

    Looking to get this for my WBB XLC and superfly tarp. Would this be long enough?
    Also, is there a plan for this to ever be back in stock? Been watching for awhile now…

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    • DutchWare Gear

      Admin DutchWare Gear

      We are hoping in the next couple of weeks. And it will work for your WBB XLC

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  41. Question

    azianinvazn

    Will this support a 2 hammock set up with a spreader bar? If not, what other ways could I hang 2 from it?

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    • One person found this helpful
      Carolyn

      Carolyn (verified owner)

      Yes you could set up two gathered end hammocks with a spreader bar under the Tato gear hammock stand.

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